Curse all those who were so vain
who felt entitled to hold a place on the earth as a grave for their remains
but no monument for me, please... I am not one of them
I didn't need it in life, I won't need it in death

Whoa, just kiss my ashes goodbye
Whoa, when I die...kiss my ashes goodbye

When words become irrelevant,
and you start to feel as though ...you've been misled
Keep me out of sight, leave me out of mind...
when I no longer serve you, just let the memories die (...and move on)

Whoa, kiss my ashes goodbye
Whoa, when I die...kiss my ashes goodbye...


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    General CommentDavid,

    I didn't know you. I wish I did. With all due respect, I cannot do as you ask and let my memories die. Your music has got me through a lot of hard times. "Pursuit of the Sun..." was on constant rotation in my CD player in high school, a reminder that it's not all bad and that we can make it through the rough times if we just get up off the ground, brush off the dirt, and stumble out of the woods...

    I'm not one for heroes, but you're probably the closest I've ever had to being one. It's hard to find people in this world (especially in the music scene) that are so brutally honest and open and share your opinions on life. You bared your soul, and it was a beautiful one. In the off chance that you're able to see this, or at least feel my respect and admiration, I just want to say that you have my eternal respect. The impact that you have had on your fans will be a monument in and of itself. Thanks for everything, you have left your mark.

    RIP David Gold, I wish we had you longer...

    Lykathea2012on December 29, 2011   Link

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